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From the Meditation, Descartes presents his second argument for the existence of God. Descartes holds that presence is perfection and therefore, it can be a predicate for God. I will first clarify what is the ontological argument for the presence of God. Next, I will discuss why Descartes makes the decision to bring God into His method of doctrine. I will then attempt to argue that existence is a perfection and as a predicate for God, presence reveal sure true about God. Ontological argument tries to prove the existence of God from a priori perspective, i.e., idea implanted in the human mind by God himself. The debate therefore depends on analytical justification, from premise to conclusion. Descartes believes that he's an inborn idea which he predicts вЂњinnateвЂќ (p. 43). His ability to think didn't cause the idea on his thoughts, but GodвЂ™s free will to behave. Thereby, since the thought manifest itself to his mind ; it shows something about its writer. The idea lets Descartes to think of a perfect being who must always exist, specifically God. In his epistemological quest in fact, through thought experiment, DescartesвЂ™ Meditations offers the reader a way of uncertainty that could be utilized in order to discover what's absolutely certain, and free oneself from the mistakes due to misjudgments. DescartesвЂ™ purpose is to find indubitable truth. He uses the method of hyperbolic doubt so as to establish a complete and persuasive foundation of truth. He finds that sense experience could be put to doubt, but Descartes cannot doubt that he actually doubts. Furthermore, he worries fretting about everything. But he cannot be fooled about his particular existence since to be scammed, an individual must first exist. ВЂњI think, therefore I amвЂќ. I.. .